Kim Bojórquez is an audience strategist and reporter for the Deseret News. Originally from Los Angeles, she graduated from Utah Valley University with a B.A. in journalism and minor in Latin American studies. She was the editor in chief of her college newspaper, the UVU Review, when she was named a recipient of the 2018 Utah SPJ Sunshine Award for advocating for open records practices. Kim currently serves on the Utah SPJ board.

While Hispanics and Latinos make up 14.2% of Utah’s population, they currently have 38% of the state’s COVID-19 cases, impacting both citizens and undocumented residents.
A Sandy couple traveling to spread the ashes of their family member, Nancy Workman, Salt Lake County’s first mayor, are dead after their pickup truck crashed on their way to the Little Sahara Sand Dunes in Juab County.
Utah County commissioners announced Wednesday that the Utah County Fair would be postponed until 2021.
After exchanging their vows, the newlyweds and guests strolled around the neighborhood block while neighbors and friends cheered from their homes and cars, held handmade posters and rang wedding bells.
Utah now has 2,412 cases of the virus, 49 more since Monday, according to the Utah Department of Health. About 46,500 people have been tested, less than 1,000 since the previous day.
Hispanic workers are losing jobs and pay faster than the nation as a whole, and Utah, home to an estimated 450,000 Latinos, isn’t immune from the trend.
Personnel not classified as essential are to telework as possible
What county election clerks in Salt Lake, Weber and Utah counties had to say about Election Night
Odyssey House’s library receives update for its ‘antiquated’ library
The Utah Department of Health plans to issue 14 medical marijuana pharmacy licenses and is seeking proposals from those looking to operate them. Applications are due Dec. 2.